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Now or Never PAC
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President:James S.M. Smith
Party:Conservative
Website:Official website

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The Now or Never PAC is a Super PAC focused on "electing men and women to Congress who have demonstrated a desire to immediately work to Balance the Federal Budget."[1]

2014 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, as of March 3, 2013, the PAC had $311,736.92 on hand and had made $5,621.75 in contributions during the first quarter of 2013.[2]

2014

Targeted incumbents

As of July 2013, the PAC had not released any 2014 targets.[2]

2012 elections

According to the Sunlight Foundation, the Now or Never PAC spent $7,760,174 on the 2012 House and Senate elections. Of those funds, 10.74 percent achieved the desired result, based on Sunlight Foundation analysis.[3]

Endorsed candidates

The Now or Never PAC endorsed the following candidates for the 2012 election:

Targeted candidates

Expenditures

2012 election cycle

As of April 11, 2013, the grand total the Now or Never PAC had spent in the 2012 election was cycle was $7,760,174: $0 for Democrats, $5,361,639 against Democrats, $2,111,775 for Republicans and $286,760 against Republicans. [4]

Top 9 largest Now or Never PAC expenditures in 2012[4]
Candidate Party State Office Total For Against Desired Result
Tammy Duckworth Democratic Party IL House $2,089,969 $0 $2,089,969
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Sherrod Brown Democratic Party OH Senate $1,200,000 $0 $1,200,00
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Richard Carmona Democratic Party AZ Senate $1,010,000 $0 $$1,010,000
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Todd Akin Republican Party MO Senate $1,005,050 $1,005,050 $0
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Joe Walsh Republican Party IL House $917,320 $917,320 $0
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Heidi Heitkamp Democratic Party ND Senate $651,490 $0 $651,490
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Jon Tester Democratic Party MT Senate $410,180 $0 $410,180
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John Brunner Republican Party MO Senate $286,760 $0 $286,760
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Sarah Steelman Republican Party MO Senate $189,405 $189,405 $0
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Campaign ads


January 2012 ad about Obamacare

June 2012 ad about Sean D. Reyes

Donors

Organizations

The top 5 organizations donating to the Now or Never PAC during the 2012 election cycle were[5]:

Top 5 Donors to Now or Never PAC, 2012[5]
Occupation/Employer Total From Individuals From Organizations
Americans for Limited Government $2,550,000 $0 $2,550,000
New Models $2,171,000 $0 $2,171,000
American Conservative Union $1,171,000 $0 $1,171,000
Herzog Contracting $350,000 $250,000 $100,000
Show Me Institute $100,000 $100,000 $0

Industries

The top 5 industries donating to the Now or Never PAC during the 2012 election cycle were[5]:

Top 5 Donors to Now or Never PAC, 2012[5]
Occupation/Employer Total From Individuals From Organizations
Republican/Conservative $6,456,000 $0 $6,456,000
Misc. Finance $906,000 $906,000 $0
General Contractors $350,000 $250,000 $100,000
Retired $155,000 $155,000 $0
Non-Profit Institutions $100,000 $100,000 $0

Recent news

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External links

References